Unit

School Of Psychology

Depth PsychologyWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 100010.2

Discipline: PSYCHOLOGY

Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Brendon Stewart


Assumed Knowledge
100018 - Personality, Motivation and Emotion. This unit expands upon knowledge of theories of personality.


Prerequisite
101184 Psychology: Human Behaviour AND 101183 Psychology: Behavioural Science

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Pre-requisites will not apply to students enrolled in courses 1630 Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies and 1501 Graduate Diploma in Psychology. Enrolment in these awards requires graduate status; hence the students have demonstrated proficiency in tertiary studies. Each applicant in these awards is assessed individually and provided with an individual study sequence by the Course Advisor.


Teaching Periods
Nothing on offer.

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About this Unit
Depth Psychology is designed to provide an introduction to Depth Psychology, its historical and intellectual context and to show how it relates to contemporary psychology. The unit will focus on the major theories, issues and questions that go to constitute the psychoanalytic traditions. Theoretical issues in psychology have been gradually making a "comeback", partly as a result of the postmodernist focus on identity and ideology, and its questioning of the adequacy of "traditional empiricism". As a result contemporary psychology is currently experiencing a number of "revolutions" (e.g., what is consciousness, do dreams matter, emotional wellbeing, renewed cognitive, meaning).

Specialisations

KP1003.1PsychologyCONTINUING




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